This month I will be talking about the subject of war.
In the world today there are many wars over many things: the cheese wars in South America; the war over the ownership of the rights to Jesus' life; and of course all those wars about war, or its likely hood, whichever comes most naturally.
Many people believe that war is wrong, but I am strongly in favour of war as a form of psychological treatment and a great anger management skill. I recently attended an anger management class in Bristol, where I learnt the potential to release pent up aggression in a kind of legalised killing spree.
During the course, we declared war on the small country village of Morchley by the water. They were weak and our strongly armed group of quantity surveyors and accountants soon broke them and brought the village peasants to their knees.
Under our rule we set the locals to work doing balloon modelling and origami, while we sat back and collected the profits. Unfortunately however the people did not appreciate our occupation of their hove town, and a rebellion was started by Mike 'The Killer' McBrie, an estate agent, notorious in the area of being really good at selling houses.
Our reign of terror was soon over but I feel revitalised after my dictatorship, and think others should try it too.